Consolevania S03 25677-3 "The Black Episode"
, videogame review
, Sammy Miller
, Peter Molyneux
, End of Level Boss
, Wii Fit
, Phil Collins
, Space Giraffe
, Zombie Virus
, Robin Hood Quest
Consolevania Season 3, Recalled Episode 3, labelled 25677-3, titled "The Black Episode".
Run time 27 minutesProducer ConsolevaniaProduction Company ConsolevaniaAudio/Visual MPEG Audio Layer 3 44100Hz stereo 128Kbps, DivX 5 720x400 25.00fpsLanguage English (Scottish)Contact Information Consolevania: http://www.consolevania.com
This episode was originally recalled from distribution, and not meant to be released, but was found hidden on bittorrent (on the 9th September 2007) with the reference "25677-3", and thus was uploaded to the archive once acquired - unofficially titled by fans as "The Black Episode" due to number referencing Prince's album of a similar title, it might be considered "Episode 3" of season 3 unless a more official one appears.
The production and editing seems poor, or at least very strange. Starting out in a childrens party, and getting ever stranger - including Peter Molyneux being mixed to produce the song "In Defence of Bestiality", Halo Curry, and at the end very strange Wii Fit footage (not for the faint of heart), perhaps its no wonder it was recalled. However, some regulars like Sammy Miller the Safety Expert appear, and there are in the show various game reviews.
Introductions: Cook Ratsaman LeGeorge/Leeroy Valantine
Reviews: BioShock (360), Space Giraffe (360), Zombie Virus (PS2), Robin Hood Quest (PS2), GrimGrimorie (PS2), Railfan (PS3)
Regular Sketches: Sammy Miller, Peter Molyneux, End of Level Boss and Mid Level Subboss (sound only),
One-off Sketches/Features: Continous low/dodgy production and problems and pictures of Phil Collins, Peter Molyneux - "In Defence of Bestiality" song, Consolevania igoring NDA's, "Ryan's Boring" song, playing old games (including Buck Rogers), Wrestling telling us about Super Nintendo, Online Games explained by Robery Lefeever set to lovely music, Halo Curry, Railfan subway driver gone mad; Wii Fit workout
July 4, 2012
This is definately one of the stranger Eps of Consolevania. I see now why it was never officialy realesesd. Questionable edits are all around and the whole thing should have just stayed off of Bittorrent. Segments that would have been hilarious have just been ruined by strange cuts and horrible special effects that we would expect to a Youtube Poop video.